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How do you program a Honeywell 6000 thermostat?

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To program times and temperatures on a Honeywell 6000 thermostat throughout the day, use the set clock/day/schedule button and the up and down buttons. To override the regular program schedule temporarily or permanently, use the up and down buttons and the hold button.

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The Honeywell 6000 thermostat has default heating and cooling settings for the four daily time periods of waking, leaving, returning and sleeping. Consumers can reset the time and temperature settings during the four time periods for both weekdays and weekends. To change the default program schedule, press Set Clock/Day/Schedule, press Set Schedule, and use the up and down arrows to select the wakeup time you prefer for the weekday Monday through Friday time period. Press Next, use the up and down arrows to program the temperature for that time period, and press Next again to move on to the next time period and repeat the procedure. When finished programming the four time periods for both the weekdays and weekends, press Done to save the settings, and exit the program.

To temporarily override the programmed temperature, press the up or down arrows to the temperature desired. The temperature remains constant until the next programmed time period. To maintain a constant temperature indefinitely, use the up and down arrows to go to the temperature desired, and press Hold. This overrides the programmed schedule until you manually press Run Schedule.

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